Blind USC Player Executes Snap on PAT [VIDEO]
At the age of 12, cancer took Jake Olson's sight. But on Saturday night, the USC walk-on appeared in his first college football game and perfectly executed a snap on the Trojans' extra point to put the finishing touches on a 49-31 win over Western Michigan.
Growing up, Olson was a regular around the USC program during Pete Carroll's time as head coach. Olson was born with retinoblastoma, which robbed him of vision in his right eye at 10 months old and then in his left eye at 12 years old.
The reaction of Olson's teammates is priceless.
This is the best video you will see all weekend in college football and very likely beyond the world of sports.